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Archive for April, 2010

Discovering Colonial America!

April 26, 2010
Discovering Colonial America!

Last week the students worked on their skits.  Hopefully the first group will be ready this week. We’re going to start the large model of a colonial village on Tuesday.  I think the students will really enjoy doing it. Let’s see what else are we starting this week?  We will introduce writing with a...
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Where to Find Dinosaur Tracks

April 23, 2010
Where to Find Dinosaur Tracks

Check out these sites for dinosaur tracks. The tracks are sometimes found in open terrain, on a state park or inside a small museum. It’s kind of cool to walk where dinosaurs had walked and to compare the size of their feet to ours! Dinosaur Track Locations Glenn Canyon National Recreation Area – Page,...
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Listening to Children’s Music!

April 11, 2010
Listening to Children’s Music!

Children’s Music Puts a Smile on Everyone’s Face There is nothing quite as uplifting then listening to children’s music.  My sister-in-law was saying how they were tired of listening to the same music for Julian so I got out my CD’s that my students enjoyed when I taught Kindergarten.  It was fun listening to tunes...
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Making Our Own Log Cabin to Simulate Life in Colonial America!

April 10, 2010
Making Our Own Log Cabin to Simulate Life in Colonial America!

The other day I was able to pick up 21 carpet tubes (12′ long x 5″ card tubes) from McNabb’s off I-96 (thank you again!).   I told them that my students are going to make them into a log cabin like the early settlers may have lived in so they didn’t charge me for...
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